Neal Pollard Already, we have looked at six reinforcements for our resolutions: (1) Specificity (Resolutions Reinforcements–#1), (2) Prayer (Resolutions Reinforcements–#2), (3) Tenacity (Resolutions Reinforcements–#3), (4) Hope (Resolutions Reinforcements–#4), (5) Self-Control (Resolutions Reinforcements—#5), and (6) Accountability (Resolutions Reinforcements–#6). I'd like to close this series of articles with one last tool of support. To keep our resolutions … Continue reading Resolutions Reinforcements–#7
Neal Pollard Rob Heusevelet and his son came upon a bison calf in Yellowstone National Park that was shivering in the cold. They were afraid for the health and survival of the animal, so they put it into their SUV and drove it to a ranger station in the park. A witness who took a … Continue reading When “Help” Is Actually “Harm”
Neal Pollard The New Oxford Online Dictionary defines trajectory as “the path followed by a projectile flying or an object moving under the action of given forces” (n/p). The term is used of everything from ammunition to astronomy, but in its figurative sense can be used to speak of the law of sowing and reaping … Continue reading What Is Your Trajectory?
Neal Pollard Today a new calendar is hung After auld lang syne was sung Reflection and recollection done New plans have arisen with the sun. Yesterday is forever buried New expectations now carried Hope for a better tomorrow Desire to avoid bitter sorrow This year will bring the unexpected Old goals may be resurrected No … Continue reading A NEW YEAR (poem)